Corry Area Arts Council presents Jim Moore, Elvis Appreciator
on Saturday, October 7, 2017 at Saint Elizabeth Parish Center at 33 West
Pleasant Street in Corry, PA.
Social time begins at 6:00 PM. Roast beef dinner complete with mashed
potatoes and gravy, carrots, tossed salad, homemade bread and a beverage
will be served at 6:30 PM. Act I begins at 7:30 PM. Dessert and coffee
will be available at 8:15 PM. Act 2 begins around 8:35 PM.
Dinner and Show for Patrons is $11.00. Dinner and Show for Others is
$16.00. Show and Dessert for patrons is $2.00. Show and Dessert for
others is $7.00.
Please call Jim at 664 3626 . Deadline for all reservations is October
2, 2017 at 5:00 PM. We need to hear from everyone so we know how much
food and dessert to order.
Program is partially funded by Pennsylvania Council On The Arts.
Corry Area Arts Council, Inc presents Dennis Ford of Ashtabula, Ohio on
Saturday March 25, 2017 at Saint Elizabeth Parish Center, 33 West
Pleasant Street in Corry, PA.
Social Time begins at 6:00 PM. Fruit punch made by Karen Silvis will be
available. Dinner begins at 6:30 PM. Chicken cordon blue dinner will
be served with mashed potatoes and gravy, candied carrots, tossed salad,
bread and butter and coffee. Show begins at 7:30 PM. Intermission is
scheduled for 8:30 PM with coffee and cupcakes by Helen Giacoma.
Dinner, show and dessert for patrons is $11.00. Dinner, show, and
dessert for others is $16.00. Show and Dessert for patrons is $2.00.
Show and dessert for others is $7.00.
For reservations call Jim at 664 3626. Deadline is March 20, 2017 at
5:00 PM. Reservations are needed for show and dessert too.
The event is partially funded by PA Council On the Arts.
For more information visit our website at www.corryareaartscouncil.com
Corry Area Arts Council Inc presents Kevin Downey & Friends on
November 19, 2016 at Saint Elizabeth Parish Center on 33 West Pleasant
Street, Corry, PA. Social begins at 6:00 PM with the serving of fruit
punch by Karen and John Silvis. A roast beef dinner will be available
at 6:30 PM complete with mashed potatoes and gravy, candied carrots,
tossed salad, bread, butter, and coffee. Food will be prepared by Rosie
Baker and the ladies of the Catholic Community. Show which begins at
7:30 PM will included music from Pop, Big Band, Broadway, and Hollywood.
Intermission is at 8:30 PM at which time dessert by Helen Giacoma will
be served with coffee. Act 2 will consist of Christmas music.
Cost of Dinner, Show and Dessert is $11.00 for patrons and $16.00 for
others. Cost of Show and Dessert for patrons is $ 2.00 and $ 7.00 for
others. Please make reservations by November 14, 2016 by calling Jim at
664 3626. We would also appreciate hearing from you even if you are
coming for show and dessert only.
Three area artists have been invited to display their work that evening.
This event is partially funded by PA Council On the Arts.
Visit our website @ www.corryareaartscouncil.com
Missoula Alladin Actors Needed
4 children from Grades 1 and 2
l age 12 to 18
l Assistant Director age 12 to 18
Call 964 9592 or 664 7420
Corry Area Arts Council will present singer and entertainer
on Saturday March 5, 2016.
The dinner and show will be held at Saint Elizabeth Parish Center
located at 33 West Pleasant Street.
Social hour will begin at 6:00 PM, dinner will be held at 6:30 PM, and
the show will start at 7:30 PM
Ladies from Saint Elizabeth will be preparing roast beef, mashed
potatoes and gravy, candied carrots, tossed salad, homemade bread and
coffee or tea. Helen Giacoma will make her delicious cupcakes for dessert.
Cost for dinner and show for patrons is $11.00. Cost for dinner and
show for non patrons is $16.00. Show and dessert for patrons is free.
Show and Dessert for Others is $5.00.
To make reservations call Jim at 664 3626. Deadline for reservations is
2-28-16. Please call even if only coming to show.
Ford is a professional singer and entertainer from Ashtabula, Ohio. He
has been performing since he was 12 years old.
In the 1960,s he sang with a band called "Soul Expressions". In the
1970's through the 1990,s he performed with "Qiana". Ford has recently
appeared with an Ohio band called "Good Question". The latter two bands
have been performing at Geneva-on-the-Lake Resort for the last 40 years.
During his career he has opened for Chubby Checker, the Flamingos, the
Tokens, Tommy James and the Shondells, and Mitch Ryder and the Detroi
He performs a variety of songs made popular by Nat King Cole, Johnny
Mathis, Tony Bennett, Perry Como, Dean Martin, Frank Sinatra, Sammy
Davis Jr, Bobby Darin, Tom Jones, and Englebert Humperdink, as well as
several patriotic songs which he himself has written. This will be his
4th appearance in Corry in the last couple of years.
This event is being partially funded by the Pennsylvania Council On the
Arts. For more information please visit the Art's Council's website @
Corry Area Arts Council, Inc presents Kevin Downey, Brianna Erdman, plus
surprise musical guests performing songs from pop, big band, jazz,
Broadway and Christmas on Saturday November 21, 2015 at Saint Elizabeth
Parish Center at 33 West Pleasant Street, Corry, PA.
Social begins at 6:00 PM. Dinner prepared and served by the ladies of
Saint Elizabeth at 6:30 PM. Show Time at 7:30 PM. Intermission at 8:30
PM. at which time Sander's cupcakes and coffee or tea will be served.
Meal consists of Swiss steak, mashed potatoes and gravy, buttered corn,
buttered beans, tossed salad, bread and butter.
Prices are as follows: Meal and show for matrons: $11.00. Meal and
show for others: $16.00. Show plus coffee and dessert for patrons is
free. Show plus coffee and dessert for others is $5.00.
Please make reservations by 11-14-15 by calling Jim at 664 3626. Even if
you are just coming for the show please call.
Entertainment for this event is partially funded by Pennsylvania Council
On The Arts.
For more information visit website at www.corryareaartscouncil.com
Corry Area Arts Council is proud to again present Dennis Ford from Ashtabula, Ohio. Residents are invited to join us on a trip down Memory Lane as he performs songs from the 50's and 60's which were made famous by such artists as Louis Armstrong, Tony Bennett, Nat "King" Cole, Perry Como, Bobby Darin, Sammy Davis Junior, Englebert Humperdinck, Elton John, Tom Jones, Dean Martin, Al Martino, Johnny Mathis, Elvis Presley, and Frank Sinatra. He will be appearing at Saint Elizabeth Parish Center on Saturday, March 28, 2015 at 7:30 PM following a roast beef dinner complete with mashed potatoes, candied carrots, buttered corn, tossed salad, bread and butter, coffee or tea, and dessert which will be served at 6:30 PM. Admission is $11.00 for patrons and $21.00 for others. Everyone is welcome.
|Cynthia L. Olsen has lived in the
northwestern Pennsylvania and southwestern New York area for her
entire life. Her main inspiration comes from her love for the
outdoors and wildlife from the area. As long as she can remember she
was always drawing, mostly animals. She attended art classes in high
school and dabbled in may different art forms and making signs. She
now uses a woodburner instead of a pencil as her favorite art form
and tries to capture each and every detail. Her passion for
photographing the beautiful landscape of this area is now becoming
the ideas for many of her woodburnings. She also enjoys recycling or
repurposing wood items into pieces of art. "The biggest satisfaction
I get is when someone else finds a connection to one of my drawings"
Her background is in newspaper advertising with many years of designing ads, newsletters, flyers, business cards, etc. Cynthia has belonged to the Corry Artist's Guild since 2008. In the past year she has had her work on display at the Painted Finch Gallery in Corry. Very recently she has discovered "woodburning on paper" with great success and plans on continuing this avenue, as well as wood and leather.
Born in Victoria, BC Canada, Joanne Merrick Johnson has traveled to many places around the world leaving a part of her behind through her art work, but adding the wonderful experiences she has enjoyed, through every turn of her travels.
After living in Oregon and California for many years, Joanne moved to an island in the Mariana chain, called Tinian in Micronesia. It is an island existing of 32 square miles of beauty. Johnson was involved with many art shows on Guam, Saipan and Tinian. She sculpted and showed many of her paintings as well.
When life took her back to Victoria, British Columbia, Canada she continued sculpting and joined the Vancouver Island Sculptor's Guild as well as the Island Illustrators. There were many shows that brought growth and new insight into her art.
Johnson moved here in 2000 and dove right in to the arts movement in our area, joining the Corry Artists Guild and the Arts Council. Joanne expressed: : "It has been a wonderful time growing in the new mediums and sharing the love of art with all of our talented local artists".
Abstract Photography is another "Passion" of Joanne's. Watch for the many brightly colored abstracts that are sure to catch your attention and imagination.
Joanne operates a small studio, "Winds of Art Studio" from her home in Clymer, NY, where she creates, as well as teaches art skills. You may contact her at: www.sculpturedlife.com , firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 716-355-6651
Tyler McClain is a multi-instrumentalist, composer, and producer from Columbus, Pennsylvania. He studied Music Business and guitar at the Berklee College of Music in Boston, where he studied under world-renowned guitarists Joe Stump, Woody Mann, and Don Lappin. He has studied under several local instructors as well, including Jim Froman, Gary Johnston and our very own Norma Lloyd. Tyler now Teaches guitar lessons himself, and will also be teaching classes this summer at the Warren COunty Summer Music School. Tyler has worked in studios and live venues in Massachusetts and Pennsylvania, and has also been featured on recordings released in the USA, Greece, and other countries. He has been in may local bands from Erie and Corry, and has experience in metal, country, jazz, blues, electronica, marching band, classical and more. His second album, entilted "Tyler McClain's Eugenic Freak Show" is set to release this year.